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Nov 16, 2012
Doctors and patients have different treatment plans; medical doctor

Does your doctor know best?Not necessarily, according to a new analysis published intheBritish Medical Journal. As healthcare technology and treatment options expand, doctors and patients are increasingly at odds over the right medical strategy. The solution? Take matters into your own hands. We show you how. 

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Drink this, prevent diabetesSipping a cup of black tea can help lower your risk for type 2 diabetes, finds a new study published in the British Medical Journal. (Looking for other ways to diabetes-proof your life? Check out our comprehensive Diabetes Center.) The trick to making the most out of your brew? Avoid common tea faux pas with these 5 steps to make a perfect mug. 

Soda can't make you skinny Sorry, Pepsi Japan, but we're not quite buying the idea behind your latest brew—a fizzy "weight loss" drink called Pepsi Special. A ton of studies have shown that sugary soda (and even the diet varieties) can mess with your health. But that's not to say that there aren't other beverages thatcan help you lose weight. In fact, we've got four good-for-you, slimming sips. 

The secret to a longer life? Say 'om' Meditation is so much more than a great way to bliss out. The healthy habit might also lead to a longer life, according to new research that links regular meditation to significantly lower blood pressure. For a primer on meditation's ability to work wonders, read on.

Are you sick of calorie counting? We don't blame you! A new study indicates that keeping tabs on calories is a better strategy for weight loss than intuitive eating. Maybe adding up every morsel works in the short-term, but for long-term success, listening to your body is best. We've got the tips you need to heed hunger, without wondering how many calories are in that omelette.

The sexy way to boost your memory Yet another good reason to get frisky. New research finds that dopamine, the feel-good brain chemical, can actually enhance long-term recall abilities. Trying something unexpected and exciting can trigger a surge of dopamine, and a mind-blowing sex position certainly qualifies.






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